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  1. Archangyll

    Feminista Jones was a great guest. I didn't agree with some of the things she spoke about, however I respect her viewpoints.

    I have a problem with people who speak about 'Uber-popular" books and then denigrate their writing style. I've read the "50 Shades" series and the "Twilight" series and both authors have been maligned on their style of writing in the media. Stephen King hates the Twilight series….but it just made him seem sour and like a hater when he came out and publicly said her writing stinks. It's fiction and it's enjoyable, nobody takes the subject matter seriously. It's like watching Honey Boo Boo or Jersey Shore except your reading it 🙂

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  2. Michelle B.

    One more thing, It's up to the individual person to find happiness at any job. I my find writing for a news paper extremely enjoyable while another may not. It is completely unfair for someone to say that people are lying about their happiness when it comes to having children. If you don't find the joy in having/raising a child, that is on you. Also, you shouldn't be looking at other people to see if having children will be enjoyable for you. You know if you are a selfish person without patience. I know I am and I also know that I am not ready to have a child because at this point I wouldn't enjoy it because I have too many things I am trying to accomplish for myself. I think I should call into the show, I feel like I can save a lot of time by talking instead of writing.

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  3. Michelle B.

    I hate to disagree but in my opinion, once you become a parent you are a parent first. If it comes down to your life or your child's you should save your child and if you believe that you should come first then you are not ready to be a parent. Truthfully, you can not be a parent without sacrifice and it unrealistic to believe that parenting is supposed to be an easy job filled with constant praise and admiration. Unless a person was one of those children that truly appreciated their parents while they were a child they are being completely hypocritical in wanting/expecting that for themselves.

    I think I may be in a bubble but a lot of what the woman said was common sense. You should be able to take some time to yourself. Everyone needs time to center themselves after dealing with day to day problems that the average person encounters. Also, both parents should be involved with child rearing and I don't know what people are okay with a man walking away from the child because that is a seriously messed up way of thinking. A child needs to grow up in a nurturing environment and feel loved by both parents. Feeling like a parent doesn't care for you is a pain that no one should experience.

    Lastly, many people regret having a child because they were not ready for the responsibility involved with raising a child. It's constant work and sometimes can be unbearable but as a person it is your job to decide if having a child is worth all the stress and I believe people jump into the parenthood because they are in love with the idea of being a parent. I don't judge someone about regretting having a child unless they blame everyone but themselves for having one.

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